Company name: NTV Service Co., Ltd.
English company name: Nippon Television Service Inc.
Location : 2-3-3 Higashi-Shimbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo Luogo Shiodome 6th floor
Representative : Akihiro Shimizu, President and CEO
Established: April 5, 1972
Capital: 50 million yen
Shareholder : Nippon Television Network Corporation (100%)
Permit: Residential land and building trader (Governor of Tokyo (4) 80803)
Privacy mark (Japan Information Processing Development Corporation 10860580)
1-6-1 Higashi-Shimbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo Nittele Tower B2F TEL: 03 (6215) 9686
2. Nitteleya Tokyo Station Store
1-9-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo First Avenue Tokyo Station TEL: 03 (5980) 8658
3. Funassy LAND Funabashi Main Store
2-1-1 Hamacho, Funabashi City, Chiba Prefecture LaLaport TOKYO-BAY North Building TEL: 047 (404) 6674
Established in April 1972.
Opened "Nippon TV Golf Garden", the largest golf driving range in the city center, in Shinjuku (~ 2000/12)
1978/3 ` ` Nippon Television / Yomiuri Shimbun Shinjuku Housing General Exhibition Center'' opened in Shinjuku (~ 2001/9)
1980/9 NTV sponsored culture / sports business management / in-house event planning management started (~ 2007/4)
1981/4 Obtained registration permission from the Ministry of Finance (at that time) as a non-life insurance agency and started operations.
1985/4 Started planning and selling program character goods
1986/9 Started commissioned operations for the secretariat of the National High School Soccer Tournament (~ 2007/4 )
1987/11 “Genius Takeshi's energetic TV !!” Goods specialty store “Energizing House” opened in Harajuku Takeshita Street
1992/10 Opened “NTV Ushiku Housing Exhibition Center” in Ushiku, Ibaraki Prefecture (~ 2011/3)
1993/4 Started planning, production and sales of "Hideki Matsui Home Run Card"
1993/5 Started commercialization of professional soccer team “Verdy Kawasaki” (currently Tokyo Verdy)
1995/5 Started operation of “Nandarou SHOP” at Nippon Television Headquarters (currently Nippon Television Kojimachi Building) (~ 2003/6)
1997/7 Opened a ramen shop “Debi” in Dogenzaka, Shibuya, which was born from the planning of the program.
2001/4 Entrusted domestic program sales business from Nippon Television
2003/7 Opened “Nitteleya” at Nippon Television Shiodome New Office Building
2006/3 Obtained privacy mark
2007/4 Opened a store at Yokohama Anpanman Children's Museum & Mall (~ 2019/5)
2008/3 Opened “Nitteleya Tokyo Station” on First Avenue Tokyo Station “Tokyo Character Street”
2010/11 Established a subsidiary, Comigo Co., Ltd. (until March 2017)
2011/4 Opened a store in Sendai Anpanman Children's Museum & Mall (~ 2016/10)
2013/4 Opened a store in Kobe Anpanman Children's Museum & Mall (~ 2018/9)
2014/4 Opened a store in Fukuoka Anpanman Children's Museum in Mall (~ 2016/10)
2015/2 Opened “Funassy LAND Funabashi Main Store” at LaLaport TOKYO-BAY
12 EC site "Funassy LAND Official WEB SHOP" opened
2016/2 Headquarters moved to Higashi-Shimbashi, Minato-ku
2016/5 Opened “Shoten Broadcasting 50th Anniversary Special Commemorative Exhibition” (~ 2017/8)